Cool Times at Canobie
August 18, 2015
This past Saturday over 300 of our Brethren, families, and friends gathered together for the Valley of Boston Family Life Committee’s annual summer outing. This year we once again returned to Canobie Lake Park in Salem, New Hampshire for a day of fun, food, and thrills!
 
It was a bright, sunny day when the gates opened at 11am. We were eager to enjoy over 50 rides and amusements before heading down to the picnic area for a traditional picnic lunch of hamburgers and hot dog…

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Meet the Master of Ceremonies
August 15, 2015
Installations are always an exciting time as we get to see the new line of officers that will lead our organization. While it is always fun to get wrapped up in the enjoyment of a new Presiding Officer, it can be equally enjoyable to look at the beginning of the progressive line in anticipation. For Massachusetts Consistory, that position is held now by Bro. David Sterling Sewall, 32° MSA as the Master of Ceremonies.
 
David, born in 1972, grew up in Natick in a very masonic family. T…

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Bro. James Irwin, Moon-Walker
August 05, 2015
“Space: the final frontier,” is a quote that many of us grew up listening to during the title sequence of Star Trek; whether narrated by Captain Kirk or Captain Picard, it has gone down in infamy. While many of us have only dreamed of sitting aboard a space shuttle and plunging into the great unknown, there are a special few who have had the honor. Tomorrow, August 8, we honor the death of a fellow freemason who not only soared into space, but walked on the moon: Bro. James B. Irwin.
 

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Abbott Scholarship Recipients
July 30, 2015
Giving back to communities from which we come from is one of the most important parts of being a Freemason and Scottish Rite member. Giving to the next generation is one part of that community. This summer, the Council of Deliberation weighed applications from all across the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction for the Abbott Scholarship Program. We are pleased to annouce the thirteen individuals that were selected from the Valley of Boston.
 
Beth Arnold  -…

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Fun in the Sun at the Beach Party
July 25, 2015
The Beach Party was a great time. Plenty of food, sun, and sand. The Beach Party started officially at 10 AM and went through 4:00 PM. It was a beauty sunny day. The tide was low at about 2:00 PM which provide a tremendous amount of beach area to play. The water was temperate, and definitely not cold. We could stay in the water for at least ½ hour without getting chilly, and then the hot sun warmed us right up again. Many families stayed after 4 PM to continue enjoying the beach. As a matter …

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Upcoming Events

Signing Up for FEMS
April 24, 2015 to December 31, 2015
As our society continues to progress into the technology filled age, Scottish Rite is taking steps to follow the curve in a variety of ways. The fall of 2012 was met with the introduction of the new website and weekly newsletters to better inform our members about everything happening within the Valley and Scottish Rite.
 
2014 brought the Valley of Boston a new online event registration system to use for our various events. The Fraternal Event Registration System (FEMS) will...

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Video Tutorials for Online Registration
July 21, 2015 to August 31, 2015
It has been over a year since the Valley of Boston adopted the Fraternal Events Management System for event registration. We have utilized it for different types of events over the past year. From One Day Classes to Family Life events, we have covered it all.
 
As with any new technology that comes into our lives, there has been a learning curve. We have published several printed tutorials for signing up on the website and registering events. This has helped to mitigate that...

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